There are many good reasons to devote time to watching movies on TV during the weekend. In addition to the various titles being reviewed on free-to-air and satellite channels, there are also many first-looks, such as the biopic Raoul Gardini with Fabrizio Bentivoglio in the role of the famous entrepreneur.
Among the novelties of the streaming platform, he cloned Tyrone (with John Boyega), Robots (with Shailene Woodley), but above all Babylon (with Margot Robbie and Brad Pitt) and A Beautiful Morning (with Léa Seydoux) by Damien Chazelle.
Profumo – A Murderer’s Tale – Friday 21 July (9:00 PM), Iris
Director: Tom Tykwer
Starring: Dustin Hoffman, Ben Whishaw, Alan Rickman and Rachel Hurd-Wood
Synopsis: We are in 18th century France. Jean-Baptiste Grenouille has over the years developed a particularly developed sense of smell. His sense of smell leads him to work in the workshop of perfumer Baldini where he hones his skills and learns the secrets of spices and fragrances. But over time the love of smell turns into a dangerous obsession; In fact, his passion is distilling and preserving women’s perfumes to reach the divine essence.
Fri & Flur – Friday 21 July (9.15pm), Heaven
Director: Emmanuel Mouret
Cast: Isabel Pires, Veroushka Nogay, Julien Imbert, Friedrich Niedermayer, Gilbert Mouret
Synopsis: Fleur is a shy Parisian girl who meets Venus in Marseille, an extravagant and attractive Russian girl of the same age. After all, the two young women have nothing in common except a burning desire to meet the ideal boy.
Room – Chahat Ka Room – Saturday, 22 July (9.20 PM), Rai4
Director: Christian Volkmann
Starcast: Olga Kurilenko, Kevin Janssens, Joshua Wilson, John Flanders, Francis Chapman, Marianne Borg
Synopsis: Kate and Matt are a young couple in search of a more authentic and healthy life. Shortly after moving into a large, long-abandoned house, they discover a secret room that has the extraordinary power to make anything they wish happen. However, after an initial dream period, the couple discovers that behind this apparent state of happiness, something deeper is hidden: what builds up in the room only survives indoors.
Cafe Society – Saturday 22 July (9.10pm), 27
Director: Woody Allen
Cast: Jesse Eisenberg, Kristen Stewart, Blake Lively, Steve Carell
Synopsis: We’re in the 1930s, the golden age of Hollywood cinema. Bobby decides to pursue success on the big screen, but once in Los Angeles, he discovers that the world of entertainment has some bitter surprises.
Raul Gardini – Sunday 23 July (9.25 pm), View1
Director: Francesco Michiche
Cast: Fabrizio Bentivoglio, Pilar Fogliati, Sara D’Amario, Helen Nardini, Laura Crevedi, Gabriella Giovanardi, Sebastian Luc Herrera, Pierantonio Novara, Stefano Abbati, Michele Rosiello, Stefano Scalottos
Plot: The story of the life of entrepreneur Raoul Gardini in the period from the launch of Il Moro di Venezia on March 11, 1990, until his death on July 23, 1993. Then we tell the story from the Animont crisis to the rift with the rest of the Ferruzzi family, from their departure from the group to the beginning of Tangentopoli.
The Pink Panther – Sunday 23 July (9:10 PM), Rai Movie
Director: Shawn Levy
Cast: Steve Martin, Kevin Kline, Beyoncé Knowles, Jean Reno, Emily Mortimer
Plot: Inspector Jacques Clouseau must investigate the disappearance of the legendary Pink Panther diamond and the death of its rightful owner, the famous French national coach Yves Gluant. Accompanied by his assistant Gilbert Ponton and devoted secretary Nicole, he moves the investigation between Paris and New York, focusing on three prime suspects.
movies on satellite
Love and the Other Way – Friday 21 July (9.00pm), Sky Cinema Romance
Director: Edward Zwick
Starring: Jake Gyllenhaal, Anne Hathaway, Oliver Platt, Hank Azaria
Plot: Maggie is a free spirit who shuns any bondage and finds her bread in Jamie Randall, a talented young man who uses his charm with women and his work in the pharmaceutical sector to make ends meet. In time the intensity of their relationship catches them off guard, also because they find themselves in love.
Ex-Hunters – Saturday 22 July (9.15pm), Sky Cinema Collection
Director: Andy Tennant
Cast: Gerard Butler, Jennifer Aniston, Christine Baranski, Natalie Morales, Jason Sudeikis, Peter Green, Cathy Moriarty
Synopsis: Milo Boyd is a plucky bounty hunter assigned to track down Nicole Hurley, a fugitive journalist, and his ex-wife. Milo hopes to have a quiet day at work, but when Nicole quietly walks him out in connection with a murder, Milo realizes that, as always, nothing is easy between him and Nicole.
The Hunter and the Snow Queen – Sunday 23 July (9.00pm), Sky Cinema Family
Director: Cédric Nicolas-Troyan
Cast: Chris Hemsworth, Charlize Theron, Emily Blunt, Jessica Chastain, Nick Frost, Sam Claflin, Rob Brydon, Alexandra Roach, Sheridan Smith
Synopsis: Long before she turned her hatred on Snow White, the evil Queen Ravenna watched her sister Freya flee the kingdom in grief for being betrayed. Freya, because of her ability to impale any enemy, has spent decades in a Winter Palace surrounded by an army of hunters, including Erik and the warrior Sara. When she learns of her sister’s death, Freya asks her soldiers to return the magic mirror to the only witch who can fully harness her powers. But Ravenna has been revived by him and her reappearance on the stage will allow the two evil sisters to unleash all the evil they are capable of on their Earth. Only Eric and Sarah, now outcasts, will be able to hinder their plans.
They cloned Tyrone – Netflix
Director: Juel Taylor
Starring: John Boyega, Teyonna Paris, Jamie Foxx
Synopsis: The year is 1970. A series of disturbing events leads an unlikely trio on the trail of a sinister government conspiracy.
Robot – Prime Video
Director: Ant Hines, Kasper Christensen
Starcast: Shailene Woodley, Jack Whitehall, Chelsea Edmondson
Plot: Charles is a playboy, while Elaine is a typical gold digger or a girl who dreams of marrying a rich man and being supported. The two must confront their feelings when they are forced to team up to find robots created in their own image and likeness.
Law of the Heart – Infinite+
Director: Giovanni Morricone
Cast: Claudia Guerini, Pierfrancesco Favino, Sabrina Impaciatore, Pierre Coso, Giovanni Esposito, Francesca Antonelli, Alda Alvigini, Tatiana Lepore, Valentina Carnelutti
Synopsis: Lorenza is 30 years old, she is single and so she has decided to “rent” a boyfriend. The choice falls on Ricardo, who accepts due to being in financial trouble. Will they become true love?
Bad Teacher – A Bad Teacher – TimVision
Director: Jake Kasdan
Starring: Cameron Diaz, Justin Timberlake, Jason Segel, Lucy Punch
Plot: Elizabeth Halsey is an apathetic and incompetent middle school teacher who falls in love with an attractive new co-worker and does everything she can to win him over. But this undertaking turned out to be more difficult than expected.
Shakespeare House – Disney+
Director: Kenneth Branagh
Cast: Kenneth Branagh, Judi Dench, Ian McKellen, Nonso Anozi, Lolita Chakraborty, Daryl Clarke
We are in 1613. William Shakespeare is considered to be the greatest writer of that time, but unfortunately one day his famous Globe Theater was destroyed by fire. Devastated, the artist returns to Stratford, where he faces a troubled past and a neglected family. Haunted by the death of his only son, Hamnet, he tries in every possible way to mend death and his relationship with his daughters.
Bachelorette Party – Replay
Director: Francesco Apolloni
Starring: Laura Chiati, Chiara Francini, Antonia Liskova, Jun Ichikawa, Antonia Fotaras, Emma Leo
Synopsis: Five old friends make an appointment to celebrate their bachelorette party. The bride has arranged everything, but she does not appear. The birthday girl, like a scavenger hunt, leaves clues that lead the four bridesmaids on an adventurous night out across town that ends right at their old high school. However, there is no trace of the bride yet.
Take Me Home Take Me Home – Pluto TV
Director: Simone Catania
Starring: Marco D’Amore, Vinicio Marchioni, Lou Castell, Jennifer Ulrich, Chiara Mascato, Vittorio Magazu, Jacopo Vinci
Synopsis: Antonio and Agostino are two friends who grew up together in a small Sicilian village nestled in the mountains, dreaming of a different life elsewhere. At thirty we find him divided and abroad. But when Antonio learns that his birthplace is about to be auctioned, he decides to set out to meet Agostino with the intention of including him, so that the place to which they are both linked is not taken away. However, his life has changed profoundly and he will realize this when he crosses Europe in a lorry.
Shakti Comedy – Nexo+
Director: Claude Chabrol
Cast: Isabelle Huppert, François Burland, Patrick Bruel, Thomas Chabrol
Plot: Jean Charmant Kilman is an investigating judge who must shed light on a delicate case of embezzlement of funds. A job that gives women enormous power over other people’s fortunes.
Have a Nice Morning – Mubi
Director: Mia Hansen-Lowe
Starring: Léa Seydoux, Pascal Grégory, Melvin Poupaud, Nicole Garcia
Synopsis: Sandra is a single mother who works as an interpreter. The young woman is taking care of her ailing father, who is less self-sufficient. Meanwhile, she meets her old friend Clement by chance and begins a passionate relationship with him. However, Clément is married and Sandra cannot give herself up to this great love the way she wants to.
Billie Eilish – The World’s a Little Blurry – Apple TV+
Director: RJ Cutler
Starring: Billie Eilish, Phineas O’Connell
The Plot: Documentary that takes us an intimate and intense look at Billie Eilish, a genius of international music. The director follows her not only on tour and on stage, but also in the recording studio and in the moments spent with her family.
Director: Damien Chazelle
Cast: Brad Pitt, Margot Robbie, Diego Calva, Jean Smart, Jovan Adepo, Lee Joon Lee, PJ Byrne, Lucas Haas, Olivia Hamilton, Tobey Maguire, Max Minghella, Rory Scovell, Katherine Waterston, Flea, Jeff Garlin, Eric Roberts, Ethan Suplee, Samara Weaving, Olivia Wilde
Synopsis: We are in glitzy Hollywood of the 1920s. What is being told is a tale of outrageous ambition and outrageous excess, following the rise and fall of many characters in an age of rampant decadence and depravity.